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skeeterluver

Anyone have any ideas of where to catch some large mouths on Tetonka. I have my brother coming down tonight and we are heading out there early Saturday morning. Thanks....

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Muddog

12FOW!!!

I've been catching some nice ones just off willow point. from the landing go out to 12 FOW turn left, as you pass willow point the break from 5-12 will become very sharp find the weed on the break. That is where some Bass are. The point straight across from best point is a spot where we have cought a 3lb Bass the last two days.

If you want some good fun troll a gold and orange Hot & Tot (The smaller size) in 12 fow. We had a super day out there today doing just that. We had a double of a 17.5" Walleye and a 27" Northern. The largest fish was a 31" Northern. We did catch Bass doing this also.

The day after a front went through and it was the best day on Tetonka this year. What's the deal with that?

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katoguy

You're gonna get a lot of tight lips on this one. The Ultimate Bass and Southern MN Bass tours will both be there in the next 6 weeks. You'll probably see some pre-fishing going on at every depth level over the next month and a half.

A 3# avg won't put you in the cash out there. Last year almost 22# won the S.M.B.T. (5 fish). It took almost 18# to take the bottom check. Good luck.

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Muddog

I was thinking of you today when I was on Tetonka. I may send you something if the patterns hold up.

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hawkeye43

Katoguy This is good inside infomation. grin.gifgrin.gif

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katoguy

I'm all ears!

I won't be able to make it out there until next weekend. Heading up to Waconia tomorrow and probably Friday.

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sheepheadslayer

Yeah you and Duh really need alot of help...... I see how you guys finish in the top 3 every tourney!! Inside Info!! hahaha grin.gif

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katoguy

Not every time. Madison in the Ultimate was humbling. Wind did us in. I would have that weighing in 20-14 on Lura would have put us in a little better Team of the Year position in the SMBT.

I saw pics of a 7-13 bass that came out of Tetonka over the weekend. (on another site) I guess it was weighed on a couple scales at Best Point and then released.

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luckycrank

kato, how are you guys doin in the points race anyhow?

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katoguy

I think we are up by 7 to the next closest in the SMBT after 3 of 5 events. After that there is another 5 or 6 point difference. Crossing fingers that the luck holds up.

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Kato Guy

How is the bass fishing on Madison Lake? What type of weights normally win the tourneys that are held there? I haven't ever tried Madison for bass and was just curious as to what I could expect and if it is worth a shot.

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luckycrank

you sure like to use that luck word alot! grin.gif I guess luck is what happens when experiance and skill come together

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katoguy

Madison the last 3-4 years has been right around 15# on 5. Years before the winner was more like 18+ with many teams in the 15-17# range.

Yep, luck and the fact that the two-time reigning Champs split didn't hurt at all. tongue.gif (You'll be back next here LC, we'll be waiting to see who the partner is.)

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skeeterluver

Just wanted everyone to know that I took both of my younger brothers out to Tetonka on Saturday and we caught at least 40 bass, many 3.5 - 4.5lbs. It was a lot of fun. I agree with kato guy, you will need a at least a 4lb average to make the money on that lake. I would of been at around 21 lbs for my 5 biggest, and we only fished from 7am to around noon. This lake reminds me of clear lake in waseca years ago. I used to fish it a lot before I started fishing tournaments and we would catch numerous 4 - 5 lb bass every time out. Tetonka is my new favorite lake... Also, I gave my brother a lot of crap as we were fishing due to the fact that he had a 200 foot lot on the lake and sold it last year. Oh well...

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hawkeye43

Was that lot on the north shore, mid-lake?????

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skeeterluver

I believe so, but not sure. Someone bought it that already had two other lots next to it.

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